"She's a Woman" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
Shabba
Give the world a touch
Now Crane, step up,
Oh, how he loves the girls them so much and on

Kick it

Crave their love so much
I'm telling you

My love don't give me presents
I know that she's no peasent
Only ever has to give me
Love forever and forever
My love don't give me presents

Bababamba!

Turn me on when I get lonley
People tell me that she's only
Fooling
I know she isn't
Hey hey hey
Kick it

She don't give boys the eye
She hates to see me cry
She is happy just to hear me
Say that I will never leave her
She don't give boys the eye

Bababamba!

She will never make me jealous
Give me all her time as well as
lovin'- Don't ask me why
Hey hey hey

She's a woman who understands
She's a woman who loves her man
Kick it

My love don't give me presents
I know that she's no peasent
Only ever has to give me
Love forever and forever
My love don't give me presents

Bababamba!

Turn me on when I get lonley
People tell me that she's only
Fooling
I know she isn't
Hey hey hey
Kick it

All you crazy
Music lovers out there
How do you feel?
Alright?
Who feels out there, give a noise!
Raise their heads!
Try try try
Aghhhhh!

She's a woman who understands
She's a woman who loves her man
Kick it

My love don't give me presents
I know that she's no peasent
Only ever has to give me
Love forever and forever
My love don't give me presents

Bababamba!

Turn me on when I get lonley
People tell me that she's only
Fooling
I know she isn't
Hey hey hey
Kick it

She's a woman!
She's a woman!

Kick it
Kick it kick it kick it


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    General CommentI wish I knew what Shabba says in between the 'main' lyrics.
    TailsDaFauxon December 23, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt isn't "Now Crane, step up" it's "Now Green, step up!" - Green is the singer in Scritti Politti.
    lateleighon November 30, 2012   Link

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